Smoked Brisket Pastrami

Smoked Brisket Pastrami

Smoked Brisket Pastrami Pastrami was first made as a way to preserve meat. A brine is used to first cure the brisket; then it’s smoked, and typically steamed until tender. In the past, I’ve used a short cut to create pastrami by starting with store bought, corned beef brisket; but I wanted to see if I could brine my own …

smoked brisket

Smoked Brisket Recipe

Smoked Brisket Recipe The best smoked brisket I’ve experienced was cooked on a stick burner pit, and now it’s my personal mission to recreate that brisket using one of these style pits. Really, there’s no better cut of meat more perfect for a stick burner than smoked brisket.  The basics of a stick burner are simple. You start a …

reverse sear filet

Reverse Sear Filet

Reverse Sear Filet If you want to impress that special someone in your life, then this Reverse Sear Filet recipe is for you. I take a couple bone-in extra thick Beef filets and pair it with a Red Wine Mushroom Sauce and Grilled Romaine salad. Anytime I can get steak on the bone I’m going for it; the bone adds …

reverse seared tri tip

Reverse Seared Tri Tip

Reverse Seared Tri Tip Kendal Adair from SmokednSpiced stopped by the HowToBBQRight headquarters this week to show me how he does his Reverse Seared Tri Tip – competition style. We both competed against each other earlier this year at a local SCA contest where Tri Tip was one of the categories. He walked with a top finish in Tri Tip, …

Grilled Pork Steak

Grilled Pork Steaks

Grilled Pork Steaks This week I decided to do Grilled Pork Steaks, so I had my local butcher cut some “Extra-Thick” pork steaks from a fresh Boston Butt. (Shout out to Brad at The Butcher’s Block in Southaven, MS). If you haven’t tried Grilled Pork Steaks, I suggest you get to your local meat market or butcher and pick up …

Cheesesteak Sandwich

Cheesesteak Sandwich

Cheesesteak Sandwich Football season is in full swing and what better way to enjoy the game then chowin’ down on a good Cheesesteak Sandwich. This is my take on a Philadelphia classic and instead of using the yellow Whiz stuff, I’m topping my steaks with my own version of a cheese sauce. The recipe is super easy and all you …